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Características del artículo

Estado:
Nuevo en caja: Un artículo completamente nuevo, que no fue utilizado ni tiene desgaste (incluidos ...
Estado del artículo:
Nuevo en caja
Brand:
Veretta Boots
Style:
Boots
Department:
Boys
Color:
Honey
Type:
Boot
Upper Material:
Leather
Character:
Boots
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Mexico
Theme:
Cowboy
Model:
Veretta Boots
Closure:
Pull-On
Features:
Square Toe
Shoe Width:
Medium (D, M)
Shoe Shaft Style:
Mid-Calf
Customized:
No
Vintage:
No
Insole Material:
Leather
Outsole Material:
Leather and Rubber
Lining Material:
Leather
Accents:
Embroidered
Toe Shape:
Square Toe
Pattern:
Solid
Handmade:
Yes
MPN:
Does Not Apply
Heel Height:
Low (3/4 in. to 1 1/2 in.)
Shaft Height:
9 Inches From Top of Heel
Ship Weight:
3
pSKU:
VK1-141-SQR+MIE
Belt Width:
False





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